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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television
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-- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. thank you, everybody. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." happy tuesday. it's december 22nd. only two more shopping days till christmas. or if you are a man, two whole shopping days till christmas! [ laughter ] it's almost christmas but everybody is talking about health care. president obama's working around the clock on the bill. in fact, i heard he may even delay his end of the year vacation to hawaii just to get it done. as a result, his approval rating among sasha and malia are now at a record low 0%. now the health care bill won't have a public option, but obama was like the public option is not the most important aspect of the health care bill because, quote, "only a few million people would benefit from it." and a few million people were like, "um, we can hear you!
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we're a few million people." yeah. [ light laughter ] listen to this. obama said on a radio show this morning that he and michelle decided several years ago not to exchange christmas presents. that's nice. my wife and i made the same decision a few years ago and let me tell you, "it's a trap, obama." don't fall for it. [ light laughter ] get her something, just trust me. "no presents this year, i guess, okay, well, i'm going to bed. i'm going back to bed. not even a stocking, nothing? my mother was right!" [ light laughter ] what's going on? president -- [ scattered applause ] please -- [ drum roll ] right in the pocket. right in the bread basket. president obama brought cookies to kid at a boys and girls club in d.c. yesterday.
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he said to the kids here's the question, "have you guys been good?" and the kids were like, here's another question. "did you get us the olympics? how about a public option? did you fix the economy? no? then why not just hand over the cookies, barry, okay." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] bratty, bratty kids. what's their problem? what's the kids' problem? later president obama told the kid he's wanted them to hit the books and do their math. for example, if the u.s. owes china $2 trillion but the u.s. only has 20 bucks how screwed is the u.s.? show your work. [ light laughter ] there was more tiger woods news today. it just keeps on coming. according to "in touch" magazine, tiger and one of his mistresses rachel uchitel -- they still haven't ended their affair. yeah. i guess tiger decided it was best just to play through. as he said it. [ laughter ] that's what he said. [ applause ] hey, guys. it's been a crazy year. so, why don't we take a brief look at 2009.
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this is just insane -- [ light laughter ] i read today that russian scientists are planning to send a monkey to mars accompanied by a robot. yeah, it's being called the first russian space mission ever to go straight to dvd. that's what they -- that was my favorite joke right there. [ laughter ] this is just disgusting -- police in the u.k. are on the lookout for a man who has been going around supermarkets sniffing people's butts while they shop. [ light laughter ] i actually feel bad for him. sounds like maybe the guy has a crack problem. and that's -- [ audience oohs ] [ scattered applause ] no, no -- i used to work with -- i used to work with that guy. let me tell you something. he's a real brownnoser. he really is -- just a real -- [ audience oohs ]
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police just want to get to the bottom of this story. that's what they are saying. and i don't know the whole story. that's h-o-l-e. i just -- [ light laughter ] apparently he was just behind on his christmas shopping. that's all -- [ light laughter ] [ scattered applause ] and finally, a new study -- a new study has found that a pet dog has twice the carbon footprint as an suv. twice the carbon footprint of an suv. unless you have a labradoodle which technically counts as a hybrid. so, you're probably okay. ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you roots, thank you quest. thanks everybody. we've got a great show tonight. but first, there are exactly two shows before we go on christmas break. so it's time for that beloved "late night" tradition, "12 days of christmas sweaters." [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ 12 days of christmas sweaters two days left ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's right, everybody. every show between now and christmas, we're giving one lucky audience member a righteous christmas sweater from the countdown to christmas cabinet. since there are two days left, let's open door number two. [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so nice -- nice, nice vest. all right, let's see who is going to receive tonight's sweater, before the show we gave each audience member a number. and now i'm going to pick one of those numbers from this hat. drum roll, please? [ drum roll ] who wants the sweater? it's a pretty nice one? [ cheers ] it's a good one. it's a good one. okay, sir, i see it, you want it. [ scattered applause ] there we go --
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number 55! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. all right, all right, come on over. how are you? this is for you. >> hi. >> jimmy: how's it going? yeah -- >> good. how are you? >> jimmy: let me see your number and make sure you aren't cheating, there you go, you --heck -- a lot of people want this, absolutely, yeah. [ laughter ] what is your name? >> irene. >> jimmy: where your from? >> long island. east rockaway. >> jimmy: east rockaway, okay, well, it's gets cold there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, you gonna need a holiday sweater for the season. do you mind trying this on? >> sure. >> jimmy: okay, here you go. this is going to be good. i think, so, you just want to just pull it over or want to -- >> whatever. that's fine. >> jimmy: yeah, just go for it. >> i can do it, yeah. you want to hold this. >> jimmy: i can dress you if you want me to. [ laughter ] >> thanks. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. my wife is going to love this. [ laughter ] my anniversary today, by the way. [ cheers and applause ]
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very lucky man. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow. this is -- this is fantastic. this looks pretty good. look at that. looks gorgeous. beautiful. let's give a round of applause, please. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. that looks good. ♪ >> jimmy: you look great. you look gorgeous. great sweater. well, we've got a fun one tonight. a hilarious comedian currently on his stand-up tour around the u.s. tom arnold is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] my man! also she won olympic gold in 2006 and is getting ready for the games in vancouver. snowboarder hannah teter is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] i love hannah teter. love hannah teter. and we have a special holiday performance from michael mcdonald, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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very exciting. you know, one of the things love most about this time of year is christmas music. and i never get tired of hearing those classic songs year after year. you guys love christmas music? [ cheers and applause ] i mean, it's so good. so good, in fact, i got inspired to write one of my very own. and if you wouldn't mind, i'd like to play it for you now. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. this here say song about being home for the holidays. i hope you like it. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ christmas is a time a special time of year for peace and joy and happiness and wonderment and cheer ♪
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♪ for opening your presents underneath the tree and spending countless hours with your family ♪ ♪ that's why i'm drinkin', drinkin', drinkin i'm gonna drink all day ♪ ♪ i'm going home for christmas and my family's insane ♪ ♪ just gotta make it through the day and there's no other way ♪ ♪ gonna get drunk drunk, drunk on christmas ♪ ♪ can't be sober when i'm over everyone's bipolar ♪ ♪ so cut the crap and get some jack and put it in my soda ♪ ♪ and make it strong enough to put a reindeer in a coma ♪ ♪ gotta get drunk drunk, drunk on christmas ♪ ♪ i'm heading home for the holiday season my dad's got a stick up his ass
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for some reason ♪ ♪ my mother and my sister they're no longer speaking and me i'm drinking ♪ ♪ rumplemintz by the shot gin and tonic yeah, why not ♪ ♪ black and tan that's my jam irish whiskey i will slam ♪ ♪ jagermeister hefeweizen stella stoli and budweiser ♪ ♪ santa, santa, santa i got the family blues ♪ ♪ just fill my stocking full of vodka any brand you choose ♪ ♪ i need the christmas spirit and by "spirit" i mean booze ♪ ♪ gonna get drunk drunk, drunk on christmas ♪ ♪ gonna get drunk drunk, drunk on christmas ♪ ♪ gonna get drunk drunk, drunk
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on christmas day ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bottoms up! thank you very much. merry christmas. we'll be right back with more "late night"! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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josh:( with a clapboard ) and that's a wrap! heather: josh, we're wrapping up holiday shopping, not the show. josh: huh? heather: graphic tees, henleys and thermals are just five bucks! i guess i went a little crazy! josh: yea ya did. announcer: give some last minute love! graphic tees and other great gifts for just 5 bucks. this week only at old navy. i like having fun -- but i always use one. we used one just last night. it was awesome. knowing you're safe makes it even more pleasurable. hey, the guys on my team, we'll share the same one... for like a month at a time. if you care about me, you're gonna use one. wanna go home with me tonight? i'm the designated driver! thank you designated drivers. - thank you! - thank you! - thank you! ♪
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♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: you look really psyched -- you looked really psyched to have that sweater on. [ laughter ] it looks good. welcome back. as you guys may know, i'm a big fan of the "real housewives" series on bravo. i love it -- [ cheers and applause ] as luck would have it, we've got an installment of "the real housewives" that tapes right here in our very own building. it's "the real housewives of late night." [ cheers and applause ] thank you. for months we've been following the adventures my wife, denise, higgins' wife lydia and their
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crazy group of friends and now we're gering up for one big season finale that's tomorrow night. but here to get us ready for the big finish is bravo's own andy cohen. take a look. >> hey, everybody. i'm andy cohen from bravo. and welcome to a special bonus edition of "the real housewives of late night." denise and her friends have taken us on quite a journey this season. but there's plenty that we didn't get to see, so join me tonight as we take a look at some of what went on behind the scenes at your favorite "late night" reality show. >> jimmy: previously on "the real housewives of late night" -- surprise! my name is denise. my husband is jimmy fallon. >> steve: my name is lydia higgins, and my husband is steve higgins, he announces for the "jimmy fallon" show. >> my name is dale miles. i'm married to a.d. miles, he's the head writer. hi, my name yvonne, my husband is the director of "late night with jimmy fallon." >> my name is rene biddle. my husband is owen biddle of legendary root band. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i'm the queen of late night and this is my castle. [ laughter ] >> steve: i got a personality as big as my boobies. [ laughter ] >> i think all these women are just going to burn in hell. [ light laughter ] >> i am about to show these ladies who the boss is. >> ah! ♪ >> now it's no secret that jimmy's wife nise is the leader of the housewives, but if there's one thing we've learned this season, it's that she can also be the toughest to get along with. >> jimmy: i am the queen, and nobody tells me what to do in my castle. >> steve: denise has been known from time to time to have a little bit of a temper. >> jimmy: f off! forget it. you're a ding-dong, don't forget
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it either! >> we're like two ships passing in the night. you know, one ship is heading towards something happy and positive and christlike and the other ship is a slut from new jersey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why are you wearing that outfit? leather is back. >> oh, hello all the 15-year-olds -- >> jimmy: i'm going to have a good cry. thank you so much! i really appreciate it. thank you. f yourself. [ light laughter ] >> are we friends in the sense that she knows my last name. so in that sense, i'd say we're friends. >> steve: well, you know what, she only causes a scene if she's there. >> jimmy: you are a f'in ding-dong, f off. it's a nightmare, it's a mess! >> steve: she's a street fighter. you know that woman. she will glass someone. [ light laughter ] if no one makes denise mad, we have a pretty good time. >> jimmy: you know who i am? i could have you fired, rehired, fired again and then hired for cheaper.
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[ laughter ] no health insurance. call obama, write him a letter. like he'll listen. take a walk. [ laughter ] >> as you can see, there's never a dull moment with denise around. in fact, you never know what any of these ladies are going to say when the cameras start rolling. believe it or not, denise is pretty tight lipped on the subject of romance. i wish i could say the same for some of the other ladies. take a look. >> every morning, 6:15 a.m. like clockwork. wake up bashir. it's love time. >> a.d. doesn't did do anything like that anymore. the old classic three-thruster is what i call him. [ laughter ] one, two and three. are you pregnant? good. >> steve: i got some candy cane panties. suck on those all night. oh, my god. [ laughter ] oh, my god, that's so bad. >> well, every morning that is not negotiable. and it should be like at&t rollover minutes, honey, if you don't give me those two hours that morning you bank those. [ laughter ]
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right now bashir currently owes me 2,353 hours of love making. >> steve: oh, my god, oh, my god. >> can you make me look 27 again? last time i got [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> steve: can you -- i can't believe -- oh, my god. yikes. >> well in addition to plenty of girl talk, the ladies of "late night" also did plenty of smack talking this season. in fact, for five people who are supposed to be friends, they certainly had some interesting things to say about each other. >> jimmy: lydia sweats a lot, you know. so, i mean, sometimes by the end of working out i look at her. she's got makeup running down her face. she's sweating. she looks like alice cooper at an old age home, you know. [ light laughter ] >> i love lydia higgins. i love lydia. she is so wonderful. she's like a mother figure to us. she's the mother hen. okay, if the mother hen smoked three packs of camel reds a day. >> i get along with yvonne as long as i've got something in my purse that i can shove into her mouth.
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[ light laughter ] i usually just throw a cracker at her and that, you know, it will distract her for a little bit. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's a pig. makes me sick to my stomach. are you kidding me? god, i feel bad for her toilet -- [ light laughter ] -- 'cause that must be abused, okay -- can you dent porcelain? [ laughter ] >> you know, rene is a work in progress. >> i don't think i've ever heard her say an actual word. >> steve: rene, i love that woman, but god bless her, she has a serious problem. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: get a life, okay? get a life! thank you. >> dale miles, you know, i like her, you know, she's a little uptight.
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>> i won't chase you into the bathroom, and i will shove some -- a roll of toilet paper down your throat. and if it means you end up dying and i have to chop your body up and i have to burn your wallet, then i'll do it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, news flash, dale is a psycho, good to know. >> that is one fascinating group of ladies. in retrospect, it's a miracle they all didn't kill each other. but at the end of the day there's one thing they all seem to agree on. the girls of "late night" are a team. >> jimmy: girls just want to have fun. >> this is women. you know, being women. >> steve: we are like five estrogen hurricanes. >> jimmy: girls just want to have fun. it's the truth. cyndi lauper's not lying. she's not a liar, okay. >> strong women. >> steve: like a pack of wild dogs these boobies -- [ laughter ] >> steve: girls just wanna --
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oh, girls, yeah, girls, girls just wanna have fun. >> be sure to tune in tomorrow for the season finale of "the real housewives of late night." i'm andy cohen. f off. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, what a season it's been. catch up on old episodes of "the real housewives of late night" at and be sure to tune in tomorrow night for our big finale. stick around, everybody, for tom arnold. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody, and thank you so much for watching. i really appreciate it. our next guest is an actor and median who has appeared in countless films and television shows. he's currently touring the country doing stand-up, in addition to hosting a weekly show at the laugh factually in l.a. please say hello to the very funny tom arnold, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tom arnold we love ya tom arnold tom arnold
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you're always a day away ♪ >> jimmy: very, very nice. >> it's an honor to be on the roots show and my wife is from philadelphia, and she's like, "you know, your buddy jimmy fallon gets to be on the roots show." i mean, i'm serious. philadelphia, when they love you -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> you're theirs. when they hate you, watch out. >> jimmy: yeah. they're famous for the booed santa clause one year. >> also michael irvin. they thought he broke his neck. he's laying on the ground and they cheered. michael irvin, the football player, always said he respected them so much. he said, "that's a great fan. those guys are great fans." yes, they booed santa claus and yes, they have a jail in their stadium, but they deserve to win a super bowl. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they do. they really do. they are playing good stuff. i like philly a lot. >> it's not the giants. it's got to be them. >> jimmy: i was on your show, "the best damn sport shows."
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>> yes. yes. >> jimmy: and i remember sitting next to you and we both have a kind of a glandular problem. >> we should explain that because it sound like we have big testicles. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i wish. >> no, i'm, obviously, a profuse sweater because i'm fat but it amazed me that you sweat because you are not, and you know, i've had special machinery built for me. when you do movies you have to be consistent in your wardrobe. and they have to change it every time. so i had a big giant band that you loved. >> jimmy: yeah. >> much better than yours. it's built out of a -- a guy named pottsville, had a power drill bottom and blow dryer top. and it's rechargeable. >> jimmy: it's insane. because we do the interview and then we go to commercial and tom would pull out this black and decker drill and aim it at his face and like -- it was a great interview. oh, my god. what are you doing? >> first of all, i've been somber just over 20 years,
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people never thought i was on drugs until i got off of drugs. [ light laughter ] and, when you go on a show, my biggest fear is dead air. so i bring that extra energy, which you do, too. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and that takes -- people think you are crazy. they actually like you, i found out, but with me, they think, "wow, what's wrong with that guy?" >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> and it takes a little extra. >> jimmy: i love -- people love hanging out. i mean -- we -- i got lucky enough to do -- we did a movie together. >> lucky everybody thought. but i have to say, he is not -- i'm not old enough to be his father in real life. i aged in the movie, and it is the best performance i've ever seen from jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: from you as well. >> from you. and you're mine. [ cheers and applause ] i hope you get a chance to see it. no, no, i'm not lying. it's called "the year of getting to know us." and i have to say that your mother -- >> jimmy: sharon stone. >> i saw her this weekend. sharon stone -- >> jimmy: plays my mom in the movie. in real life, my mom was like, "that's perfect casting." >> yeah. yeah. [ laughter ] you can tell it's a movie
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because i played her husband and i cheated on sharon stone. so -- but you know, i'm sitting there this weekend went to visitor her, no makeup, no fancy sharon stone stuff, literally one of the most beautiful women i've ever seen. she was your mother. >> jimmy: oh, we had a blast in that movie. >> we really did. >> jimmy: you always made me laugh. most of our scenes you had a stroke and are in the hospital. >> yeah, i had a stroke. and people don't realize this. i lay still and you can vouch for me -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> for 12 hours. >> jimmy: with his eyeballs open. eyeballs open. maybe not for 12 hours but for your scenes. >> yeah, well it seemed like 12 hours. but you gave a very emotional speech during that thing and over and over again. and i had to not laugh. [ laughter ] which is -- >> jimmy: that's how good my acting is. >> no. no. it's because i know you. but -- >> jimmy: you were doing -- i'll tell you what you were doing. this is a genius thing. you were doing -- i always have trouble laughing all the time and i go, it's a very serious scene. i'm talking to my dad and
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telling him why i hated him growing up and all this stuff. and you are my dad and you go, "hey" -- you were in a heart monitor." your thing was on a heart monitor. >> yeah, all monitored up. >> jimmy: you said, "when the nurse comes in, just for fun, i'm going to get my heart rate down to 69." >> i'm going to have it at 69. i have my eyes closed when she comes in. i sense she's there but i can control my heart rate. it's a gift. and i just wanted -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: how do you know you have this gift? >> i just know from being in a hospital so many times. >> jimmy: it was so -- >> but i did and i know they'd put a little smile on your face. i know -- >> jimmy: he did it. he actually got to -- >> every 12-year-old boy -- >> jimmy: you are under 15, that's an awesome joke. >> yeah. yeah, exactly. so i did that. i could smell her perfume. i knew she was in the room. and i just had to think one thought and then it's bam. >> jimmy: what do you think of? you just cool down? >> i think cool down and -- because if i think what i really want to think, it's like 369.
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but i just, you know, i just mellowed out a little bit and keep thinking of the number 69 and it -- >> jimmy: ridiculous. it was hilarious. >> it was a long day trying to entertain you. >> jimmy: every time we hang out, everyone loves hanging out. you are a good guy to go out with. >> the best part was st. patrick's day, jacksonville, florida. how do we entertain the crew? how do the stars entertain the crew? i know what we'll do. we'll set up a night where they get free beer and karaoke because the crew would love to hear jimmy and i sing karaoke. what it really means is jimmy and i want to sing karaoke and want them to watch us. [ light laughter ] we hired the best karaoke person in jacksonville. unfortunately, the karaoke words faced against -- in other words, our backs were to the audience reading the words. >> jimmy: we were like this the whole time. >> yeah. yeah, the whole time. we were singing. but we had fun. happy anniversary. >> jimmy: thank you so much. >> and your wife -- [ cheers ] >> jimmy: thank you. >> she's a wonderful -- i don't
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want to ruin your whole -- your whatever, but she is a wonderful person, and i have always watched relationships from afar and i remember one night you guys were together. you had sweatshirts on. and she's a beautiful woman. and you -- she was laughing at everything you said and you were laughing and you like each other. not just love, but like. and i said, "that's what i want. that's the key." and you guys have is -- >> jimmy: you've got it. >> i do have it now. >> jimmy: you just got married. >> i took a year off and i do have -- >> jimmy: congratulations. that's awesome. >> it's unbelievable. she thinks i'm funny, which is the sexiest thing a woman can do for a guy. and she believes in me. crazy. >> jimmy: it's really cool. >> crazy. >> jimmy: i like it. i think it's cool. now, you are doing stand-up again. >> yes, i am. i started doing stand-up again. i started off in the '80s doing it. kind of wanted to go back over the same trail, maybe sober, and make some amends this time. it's been wonderful. the crowds have come out and see me because they always feel when
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they leave, watching tom arnold talk about his life, that their life is somewhat better. [ laughter ] you know, especially -- i appreciate to be able to -- it's been amazing. i mean, what an honor. >> jimmy: where are you playing? >> okay. the next -- i take a little break and then i go back home. i start off at springfield, illinois. the 8th and 9th of january, at improv. then i go all the way into july, dubuque, davenport, all the big places that i get to see my family and my old friends and, you know, it's going to be -- >> jimmy: do you have an opener for you? >> i find these kids out in l.a. at the laugh factory on wednesday nights that are -- a lot of them right on your show by the way. on their off weeks they come out there. they are wonderful. they are way funnier than me. they come in and do a thing. i kind of host the show and then i tell all these stories and it's been a great experience. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. it's great. thanks -- >> i know you, do, too.
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>> jimmy: you do a lot for young comedians. >> they do a lot for me. >> jimmy: there you go. >> they do a lot for me. >> jimmy: how everyone helps each other here. tom will be performing at the funny bone in springfield, illinois. >> oh, oh, the funny bone. much different. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, much different. don't confuse that, everybody. >> do not. no. >> jimmy: tom is at the funny bone in springfield, notice notice, on january 8th and 9th. >> do you know how hard it is to get there? it's like a four-plane deal, but i'll be there. [ laughter ] and in iowa from the 11th through the rest of that week. >> jimmy: do you have a website? >> des moines is the home of steve higgins, your announcer. that -- he looks so good in that thing, that -- woman or whatever. by the way that red-haired kid is a much better looking woman than a man. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: he is. >> i would -- am i right? >> jimmy: no, he's not. he's a good looking man. >> no, but he's a great looking woman. >> jimmy: tom arnold, everybody. olympic gold medalist hannah
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teter joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (announcer) approximately two out of three people being treated for depression still have unresolved symptoms. if your antidepressant alone isn't enough, talk to your doctor. one option he may consider is adding abilify. abilify is approved to treat depression in adults when added to an antidepressant. call your doctor if your depression worsens or you have unusual changes in mood, behavior, or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens and young adults. elderly dementia patients taking abilify have an increased risk of death or stroke. call your doctor if you have high fever, stiff muscles and confusion on abilify, as these may be signs of a life-threatening reaction. or uncontrollable muscle movements, as these could become permanent. high blood sugar has been reported with abilify and medicines like it. in some cases, extreme high blood sugar can lead to coma or death. other risks include dizziness upon standing, decreases in white blood cells, which can be serious,
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seizures, impaired judgment or motor skills, or trouble swallowing. talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of adding abilify. josh:( with a clapboard ) and that's a wrap! heather: josh, we're wrapping up holiday shopping, not the show. josh: huh? heather: graphic tees, henleys and thermals are just five bucks! i guess i went a little crazy! josh: yea ya did. announcer: give some last minute love! graphic tees and other great gifts for just 5 bucks. this week only at old navy. [ snort ] [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] for a better-looking tomorrow.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. my man tom arnold hanging out with me. our next guest this evening is a
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22-year-old olympic gold medalist who is one of the most talented snowboarders on the planet, as you see here. look at her go here. she's currently training for the 2010 winter olympic games which will be held in vancouver, british columbia and broadcast here on nbc. put it together for a super talented rider, olympic champion hannah teter, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hannah teter, so good to see you. >> hi. thanks for having me. >> jimmy: thanks for coming on. last time i saw you, i was actually -- we were both guests on "david letterman." >> we were. >> jimmy: on "the late show." >> and you were really, really nervous. >> jimmy: i was nervous. yeah, well, comedians get nervous when they're on "david letterman." snowboarders don't care -- >> we didn't care. >> jimmy: you were chilling -- you were sitting like you are. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you had a hat on. >> you stole it, wore it on. i actually brought you your own,
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burton hat, so you can have it -- >> tom: whoa! >> so, you can have it. [ applause ] so you don't have to steal mine again. hey -- >> tom: nice. [ cheers and applause ] >> happy anniversary. >> jimmy: thank you so much, yeah, appreciate it. last time i was -- yeah, you lent me your hat on "letterman." i took it from you then, too. >> yeah. >> jimmy: dave sent us over this picture. >> i think this one looks better. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, this one is much better than that. this one suits me. it matches my tie. >> it's those colors -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- matches your eyes. >> jimmy: hey, pal, how are you doing? are you training. are you getting psyched for the olympics? >> i'm getting super trained. we've been in colorado. we did the dew tour, last week, and we have another dew tour coming up. and we're just kicking butt, qualifiers, you know. >> jimmy: so psyched. >> getting our ride on. >> jimmy: you are already a gold medal winner. does that change anything? are you -- >> got to defend. i own the title! >> jimmy: this is awesome -- it's exciting. i'm so excited for you. [ applause ] >> yep! >> jimmy: super duper good time. and so you are training for -- i'm gonna be out in vancouver the second week. >> are you? >> jimmy: are you gonna be there? >> you gonna watch the half
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pipe? night contest. >> jimmy: i'll be screaming louder than anyone for hannah teter, my girl. my pal, i'm a big -- >> hey! >> jimmy: huge fan of yours. absolutely -- >> yeah, i'll throw down. >> jimmy: yeah, you will, right? >> i'll try it. i'll try it. >> jimmy: you'll throw down. i'll love that. >> tom: i'll be -- i'll be there, too. >> yeah, you gonna show up? [ laughter ] >> tom: i will, i will, yeah. >> jimmy: tom will be at the funny bone in vancouver. [ light laughter ] >> tom: no, i'm a huge fan. we've got to win, the united states needs to kick their butt. >> we're pretty good. >> tom: i mean, i know they're our friends, in canada. but, you know, when you fight your brother you always want to beat him up. it's like that. [ laughter ] >> kind of like that. >> jimmy: it's -- do you have any new moves, do you think of new moves? >> i've been working on some stuff. >> jimmy: do you have names for them? like -- "late night with jimmy fallon"? >> kind of top secret. >> jimmy: top secret names? no, you can't -- >> you just spin real fast is basically what it's called. >> jimmy: the "up all night"? "all-nighter." >> all-night training at night. >> jimmy: all night training the -- no, i am thinking of names for your tricks. >> oh! hmm -- >> jimmy: yeah -- you didn't like any of those, no. "jimmy's hat." >> "jimmy's hat turn around." >> jimmy: "jimmy's hat's" a good one. >> tom: can you get your heart
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rate to 69? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's very talented -- he's very talented, yeah, i've got to say. now your brothers are involved in snowboarding as well. >> yes, my older brother travels with me. we do the circuit together. >> jimmy: yeah, what's your brother's name? >> elijah. >> jimmy: elijah, and then how many brothers do you have? >> i have four older brothers. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. and they're pretty cool. >> jimmy: and they're all snowboarders, no? >> two of them are. >> jimmy: two of them are snowboarders -- one's -- >> one's retired. one is on the circuit with me now. and two are retired as well -- >> jimmy: really? >> well, one of them is and the other one acts like it. >> jimmy: what does he do? >> well, you met amen backstage. he's my manager, but he's kind of, you know -- >> jimmy: that's cool -- you're brother -- oh, he's a little crazy. >> tom: are they big? do they protect you? >> yeah, they are very protective. >> tom: if we tried to kiss you would they punch us? >> he might run out on stage. >> tom: okay, well, we'll see what happens -- [ laughter ] some things are worth it. >> jimmy: no, no -- but you're -- you're are from vermont originally? >> i grew up in vermont. >> jimmy: grew up in vermont. you had this cool thing i wanted to show everyone. >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: hannah's gold. this is your parents did this? or who did this? >> we used to make it growing
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up, me and my parents and my brothers. but we have it for charity now. and -- >> jimmy: it's maple syrup, hannah's gold. >> quite delicious -- we sponsor a village in kenya with the proceeds. so -- >> jimmy: you sponsor a village in kenya? >> 70,000 people. >> jimmy: is that right? [ cheers and applause ] >> yep. >> jimmy: that's super cool. >> yeah. i -- i donate all my contest money. >> jimmy: you do? >> yep. so, just a higher cause to competition. >> jimmy: that's so cool that you do that. it's so nice. >> tom: but is it good? i mean, that's what's really important. in vermont, i have -- >> very good. >> tom: i have had maple syrup and i can tell the difference between, you know, the kind you give to tourists -- >> it's pure. >> -- and the real stuff. is it the real stuff? >> straight from the maple tree. real deal. >> jimmy: let's try it right now. i actually have three shots of your maple syrup. [ light laughter ] >> oh! >> jimmy: here we go. let's do a nice shot of hannah's gold. >> ready to go? >> jimmy: absolutely. >> you can see if it's the real deal. >> jimmy: you can do with some maple syrup. here we go. cheers. >> cheers, mates, to kenya. >> jimmy: to another gold. and to kenya as well. >> hey. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: fantastic. [ laughter ] that's really good. hey, quickly, i want to talk to you about this thing you are doing with samsung. please explain this. it's very cool. >> well, samsung and i are bringing ten people to the olympics. all you have to do is submit a video entry -- a video entry online. [ cheers and applause ] anybody can do it. >> jimmy: we'll have a link on our website, right. >> >> jimmy: okay. that's the tricky part. slash mobileexplorers. >> forward slash -- >> jimmy: so you go -- and what do you do? just upload a video saying -- >> yeah, you're like, "hey, i'm so and so and i'd be great to blog for samsungs but because -- blah, blah, blah." >> jimmy: hopefully more written out than that. >> tom: yeah, hopefully -- yeah a step above it. >> i have a video on there so people can check out. >> jimmy: okay, but you want people to blog and twitter and -- >> while they're there. >> jimmy: while in vancouver. go around and cover -- >> that's their mission. >> jimmy: go around and cover all the scenes and the parties and the action. >> talk to athletes and get the lowdown. >> jimmy: and you're going to fly ten people out? >> yep, ten people. >> well, i'm going to be one of those ten people. but not -- i'll be number
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eleven. i'll submit a video. i'll do it. but i'm going to be there anyway the second week. i'll be screaming for you. "do 'jimmy's hat'!" [ light laughter ] do that and you get 1,000 points or however that works. yeah, yeah -- i go by video game rules. >> you work that out with the judges and get me some brownie points. >> jimmy: i'll totally hang out with the judges. absolutely, hannah teter all the way. u.s. olympic champion. >> tom: yes! u.s.a! >> jimmy: hannah teter, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with a performance from michael mcdonald. come on back. [ applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. here to sing the stevie wonder classic "that's what christmas means to me" off his new cd "this christmas," the one and only michael mcdonald, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ candles burning bright lots of mistletoe lots of snow and ice ♪ ♪ everywhere we go choir singing carols right outside my door ♪ ♪ all these things and more that's what christmas means to me my love ♪
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♪ i see your smiling face like i've never seen before ♪ ♪ and even though i love you madly you know i love you more ♪ ♪ the little though you give me will touch my heart for sure ♪ ♪ all these things and more that's what christmas means to me my love ♪ ♪ i feel like running wild angels a little shy ♪ ♪ anxious as a little child underneath the mistletoe i kiss you twice and then some more ♪ ♪ i wish you a merry christmas baby and happiness in the coming year ♪ ♪ let's deck the halls with holly
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singing silent night ♪ ♪ fill the dreams with angels' hair pretty, pretty lights ♪ ♪ go to sleep and wake up just before daylight ♪ ♪ all these things and more that's what christmas means to me my love you know what i mean ♪ ♪ yeah have yourself a merry christmas, baby and happiness to the coming year ♪ ♪ i see your smiling face like i've never seen before ♪ ♪ have yourself a merry christmas, baby ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! that's what i'm talking about. thank you so much, michael mcdonald. his cd is "this christmas." check it out. be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
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